“Sohoton” is a local word which means “to stoop or get down” through a small cave opening as the one and only way to get to the lagoon that is accessible by small outrigger boats during low tide.
Inside the maze-like blue lagoon and cove, you can see the naturally-crafted rock formations that are beautiful sights along with the crystal clear water, beautiful coral formations, and colorful fishes visibly seen below our boat.
It’s the beauty of nature at its purest and finest!
We dive and swim through the opening of Hagukan Cave that is totally submerged underwater and experience the neon green light reflection that illuminates the whole cave.
The most exciting part of our adventure is the Magkuku-ob Cave where we follow the trail up to its exit on the top of the small mountain and dive or jump off the cliff with a diving platform that is 15 feet high to get back in the boat.
We also visited other exciting islands in Bucas Grande like the Hidden Island Resort, Club Tara, and Tiktikan Lagoon.
We have lunch in an inhabited and untouched white-sand beach.
Our day is complete by visiting our relatives in a small village of Sta. Cruz in Socorro and savours the freshly prepared coconut juice.
We all went home feeling revived and happy.